Shop miss a favorite part?
It’s probably not the water or the beaches, but it’s definitely the food.
It’s easy to overlook the food in some of the best restaurants in the world, but what if you could travel to some of these places and see what’s going on in their kitchens?
You might be surprised by what you see.
In this post, we’re going to explore a few of the places you might not have seen before, and how to get to know the chefs behind some of them.
First up is one of my favorite restaurants in Asia, the Michelin-starred Chinggis.
It’s an open-air restaurant that’s in the heart of the city of Chongqing, and it’s one of the most iconic Chinese restaurants in all of Asia.
Chinggises (Photo by G.B. Chang) In the middle of China, Chongqings dining scene is as eclectic as the food it serves.
The city of 20 million people is home to more than 80,000 restaurants, and Chongqis food scene is known for its food.
The city has been dubbed “the Chinese capital of food” because of the variety of restaurants that offer a diverse array of cuisines.
What’s great about Chongqong’s food is that it’s very much an extension of the country’s culture.
Chongqangians love the cuisine, and the city’s culinary heritage is as diverse as the people who come here to eat.
There are many regional dishes, and some of those dishes are quite unique to the region.
For example, there’s a dish called “pil-pil,” which is a dish that involves a fish that has been braised and stewed.
The fish is boiled, then the fish is served on a bamboo stick, and a bit of sauce is added to the rice.
Another dish that’s pretty common in Chongqian cuisine is “chicken rice,” a dish filled with chicken and a spicy sauce that’s served on noodles.
There are a few other regional dishes as well, like a dish known as “sanggy rice,” which consists of rice with a combination of soy sauce and chili sauce, and also contains pork.
The Chongqians are also known for their unique cuisine.
“Tong tzu” (tong soup) is one popular Chongqi dish, and one that’s popular in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore.
Tongtzu is a Chinese soup with a tangy, sweet flavor, and is often eaten with a rice noodle dish.
Chinese restaurants in Hongkong (Photo: G. B. Chang via Yelp) I know the Chongqish cuisine is very unique, but I can’t help but love this dish, which I found in my own hometown.
Tongtu is a popular dish that can be found in many Chongqinese restaurants.
While you won’t find a ton of people making this dish in Hongqis Chinatown, it’s still one of those Chinese dishes that can’t be missed.
I’m not sure how many people know about this dish.
Chongwis often make this dish and have it on special occasions for special occasions, such as the birthday party, the Chinese New Year, and even special occasions in the wedding ceremony.
If you are looking for a unique way to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year (1931), you can take a look at the special meal I made for my husband, Chongwi Restaurant Owner, Chinggis Owner, and owner of the Chenggis Restaurant in Hongun, Chongwie Wang.
This dish is usually made with the ingredients that come from Chongwian rice, which is cooked with pork and garlic.
The dish is also served with a sweet sauce made from pork and soy sauce, so you get a dish full of flavor and texture.
Here’s a recipe for my wife’s version of the dish, called Tungtu.
(You can find it here on Yelp, for $8.)
Tongsu (tong-sue soup) (Tong-su) Tongsue soup is a traditional Chinese soup that is typically served on rice noodles, and has a similar flavor to the sauce that comes with pork.
Tongsue siu is a soup that’s made with pork, garlic, soy sauce (a thick sauce made with garlic and soy) and a combination or a mixture of herbs.
Here’s my wife, who made the dish for me.
(You will need to be able to eat the rice noodles that I used.)
If the soup doesn’t appeal to you, there are a couple of different ways to make it.
If you prefer the taste of the sauce, you can use minced pork, or even beef, but there’s always